Lakeview Village - April 2022

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LAKEVIEW VILLAGE

CANADA’S MOST TRANSFORMATIVE MIXED-USE WATERFRONT COMMUNITY


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CANADA’S MOST TRANSFORMATIVE MIXED-USE WATERFRONT COMMUNITY 177-acre brownfield site

I THINK IT CAN BE THE GREATEST COMMUNITY ON LAKE ONTARIO.

3.5 km of new waterfront trail Pedestrian and cycle-centric design A diverse mix of housing Over 45 acres of green space 20-acre Innovation District

Lakeview Village will transform the former Ontario Power Generation (OPG) coal burning power plant into a vibrant waterfront destination that will become a model for sustainable mixed-use development. » Renewed access to the lake, a revitalized pier and a new waterfront trail » Four major park systems with quiet outdoor spaces and trails connecting to surrounding parks and neighbourhoods » Adjacent to the 64-acre Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area » Dedicated cycling lanes and pedestrian pathways integrated with local transit routes » Public art and cultural experiences to support a thriving artist community » Year-round recreational programming to attract tourism » A lively Square with a diverse offering of shops and restaurants » A range of housing options to support all income types and lifestyles » A tech and research centre, with a unique cluster of businesses, institutions and a talented workforce driving innovation This master-planned community, built upon a robust sustainability strategy, will deliver economic, environmental and community resilience to Mississauga and beyond.


PROJECT BY NUMBERS

APPROX. 8,050 Units available from townhouses to mid-rise & taller buildings

1,900,000 Square feet available for office uses & employment

OVER 200,000 Square feet available for retail & restaurants

16,000 - 20,000 The anticipated number of residents

9,000 Long-term jobs

10-12 Acres available for campus, cultural and innovation lands

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A VISIONARY PARTNERSHIP

Built on the principles of hard work, ingenuity and a commitment to excellence, TACC Construction Limited is one of the largest municipal infrastructure contractors in Ontario. Since it was established by Silvio and Carlo De Gasperis in 1977, land developers and government stakeholders have relied on TACC Construction to deliver innovative and quality infrastructure work. With a 50-year proven track record, Greenpark Group is the Greater Toronto Area’s comprehensive homebuilder, offering a full suite of new home designs from towns, semis and singles to high-rise condominium residences. Since 1967, over 55,000 families have chosen Greenpark Group for its excellence in both design and construction. CCI specializes in real estate development and investment activities in Canada. CCI is Canadian owned and controlled and focuses on the acquisition, remediation and sustainable redevelopment of properties with real or perceived environmental contamination in markets across the country. Branthaven has reimagined the homebuilding industry with unique, design-oriented developments. Since its founding as a family business in 1971, Branthaven has grown from a master builder of custom estate homes into one of Canada’s premier homebuilders and developers of master planned communities in the most desirable residential areas of GTA West and Southern Ontario.

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Argo Development Corporation is a local, industry leading land development company with over 25 years of experience. Argo Development Corporation works diligently with its valued partners to create thriving communities in the most desirable locations across the GTA and South West Florida.


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SITE CONTEXT Located in southeast Mississauga on the shores of Lake Ontario, Lakeview Village is: 1.5 km to Long Branch GO Station 3 km to Port Credit GO Station 7 km from Mississauga’s City Centre 7 km to Trillium Health Partners Mississauga 5 km to Trillium Health Partners Queensway Located on the shores of Lake Ontario near the western edge of the City of Toronto Supported by established transit and an evolving transit network: GO, TTC, MiWay Integrated with future transit and corridor improvements along Lakeshore Road, including Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) » Located in close proximity to major highways and Toronto Pearson International Airport » » » » » » » »

Currently the area is characterized by: » Residential, schools, commercial and light industrial » Recreational parkland and amenities, a marina, shops and restaurants

New and existing recreational and outdoor spaces: » Port Credit Yacht Club » An existing Waterfront Trail and several large parks: Douglas Kennedy, Lakefront Promenade Park, Marie Curtis Park and A.E. Crookes Park » The future 64-acre Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area: naturalized areas for habitat restoration and community enjoyment » A new Lakefront Park that will connect to nearby parks to the east and the coastal wetlands to the west » A new central park that will provide direct access to the lake through a “river of green” » 3.5 km of newly constructed Waterfront Trail, bringing the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail and Trans Canada Trail back to the water

Nearby major GTA landmark anchors: » Humber College, Sheridan College, University of Toronto – Mississauga, Sherway Gardens and Square One

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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND THROUGHOUT THE CENTURIES The Lakeview site has a diverse past, ranging from early Iroquois First Nations to French and English settlements and farming plots in the 1800s. There was significant military and industrial presence during WWII, including the production of large quantities of military small arms almost exclusively by women. The Lakeview Generating Station, Ontario Power Generation’s coal burning station, served as a familiar landmark along the Lake Ontario shoreline for decades. The area’s distinct history is recognized and will be built upon as part of the plans for Lakeview Village.

TRANSPORTATION 1804 - 1939 Lakeshore Road opened in 1804 followed by The Great Western Railway in 1855. TTC built a short line to transport workers from Long Branch to Small Arms Ltd.

EARLY INDIGENOUS 9000 BC - 1820 Three distinct periods: PaleoIndian, Archaic and the Woodland Period. Mississaugas of the New Credit Land Cessions Treaties in 1806 and 1820.


1915 - 1919 The site of the Long Branch Aerodrome, the first commercial air training airport and first aerodrome in Canada. It was also home to the first aviator training school for the Royal Flying Corps and later a cadet air and ground training school.

OPG COAL PLANT 1962 - 2005 The site of the former Lakeview Generating Station and its four 146-metre smokestacks known as “The Four Sisters”. A wellknown beacon and a place of smog and pollution for decades until its decommissioning in 2005.

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1891 - 1945 The Long Branch Rifle Ranges housed training grounds, barracks and staging areas for troops during WWI. During WWII, the former aerodrome served as a militia and army small arms training centre; Small Arms Ltd. produced over 900,000 rifles and over 126,000 Sten guns, with a mostly female workforce – a significant time for the changing role of women.

1946 - 1974 Post-WWII, the site became the Canadian Arsenals production facilities, producing engine components, vehicle parts and engine shafts as well as arms for the Canadian Army. Later, it housed an electronics manufacturer, water and waste treatment and a coal plant.

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AVIATION


JIM TOVEY LAKEVIEW CONSERVATION AREA

A GREEN WATERFRONT OASIS The Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area will transform a once smog and pollutionfilled waterfront into a hub for passive waterfront recreation and wildlife migration.

Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), the Region of Peel and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) will reconnect Mississauga with the lake after over 50 years, transforming industrial lands into a green oasis in the city.

» Sixty-four acres of brand new, publicly accessible wetlands, streams, trails and naturalized areas for community enjoyment » Connections to parks, a restored Serson Creek and a newly constructed Waterfront Trail » Supporting wildlife migration and the restoration of native species through a protected natural habitat


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HONOURING THE LEGACY

To advance this ambitious plan, LCPL has donated over 250,000 tonnes of concrete and over 5,000 tonnes of rebar extracted from the Lakeview Village site to help fill and construct its foundation and breakwater.

» The demolition of the Lakeview Power Plant and the building of a conservation area in its place – now named in his honour » The creation of the Lakeview Legacy Community Foundation (LLCF) which was successful at designating the Small Arms Inspection Building as heritage to avoid its demolition » Establishing the Small Arms Building as a hub for the community and local artists » Morphology: an annual photography exhibition documenting the changing landscape of Mississauga’s waterfront » A continuous waterfront for use and enjoyment by all, realized through 67 acres of land conveyed back to the City of Mississauga

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The late Councillor Jim Tovey was a dedicated champion of conservation and the preservation of our Great Lakes. His vision was for a revitalized and accessible waterfront, and he played a pivotal role in the ongoing transformation of Mississauga, including driving the following efforts:



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REMEDIATION AND RECYCLING

FROM INDUSTRIAL DISUSE TO VIBRANT MIXED USE Lakeview Village will transform the brownfield lands occupied by an Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) coal burning station until 2005. The site with its eight boilers and four stacks known as “The Four Sisters” was demolished between 2006 and 2007.

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177 acres of industrial land to be converted into a sustainable mixed-use community

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One million sunflowers planted on site to aid in the remediation and restoration of the region’s natural habitat

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Over 250,000 tonnes of concrete hauled and donated to the Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area

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Over 5,000 tonnes of metal and rebar extracted and recycled

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The realignment and restoration of Serson Creek, connecting it with Lake Ontario and the future Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area

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67 acres of waterfront park conveyed to the City of Mississauga


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A COMPLETE COMMUNITY

Housing for All: A diverse mix of housing options delivering the “ultimate” in waterfront living, with views of Lake Ontario and quick access to a new public marina.

Connected: A walkable community with dedicated cycling routes and a network of multi-use paths, with direct access to local and regional transit and a future autonomous vehicle route.

Four Major Park Systems: Over 45 acres of green space providing four-season activity and a series of naturalized walking paths and intimate courtyards for rest and relaxation.

Bringing the Waterfront Trail Back to the Water: 3.5 km of newly constructed Waterfront Trail connecting to the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail and Trans Canada Trail.


Innovation District: A 20+ acre centre for employment, business incubation and sustainability innovation including District Energy. Flexible office space, co-working and tech and research facilities to support a growing City and Region.

Lakeview Square: A central community gathering space drawing residents and visitors year-round to its shops, restaurants, hotel and the Artscape Atelier – a hub for public art and artistic visioning.

A Revitalized Waterfront Destination: A beach, a multi-modal boardwalk, outdoor and water sport recreational facilities, flexible outdoor event space, panoramic waterfront views and the longest Canadian pier on the Great Lakes.

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The Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area: 64 acres of serene coastal wetlands, tree-lined trails and beautiful natural scenery for the community to enjoy just steps away from Lakeview Village.


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PARKS, PIER & PROGRAMMING Lakeview Village will be a destination where residents and visitors can enjoy a wide array of recreational experiences and amenities. Ogden Park, a “river of green” stretching from Lakeshore Road to Lake Ontario, is just one of the four large park systems and open space networks connecting existing and future neighbourhoods to the waterfront.

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» A beach and “social steps” with water access » 3.5 km of newly constructed Waterfront Trail and 2.5 km of accessible shoreline » Large green spaces for kids’ play, picnicking, BBQing, skating, food kiosks and gathering with friends and family

» Neighbourhood parks for quiet reprieve: read a book, watch the sunset, walk the dog » Paddle boat and kayak launches » Cultural events, art fairs, festivals and musical performances » A revitalized pier, reinventing how people experience the lake

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Amenities include


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CANADA’S LONGEST PIER ON THE GREAT LAKES Mississauga’s waterfront has been inaccessible for generations; after its demolition, the coal plant left behind a unique feature that will become an important catalyst in reconnecting people with the water. This former industrial pier will be converted into an architectural masterpiece that will be admired from near and afar as a distinguishable landmark on Lake Ontario. It will blend visionary design with an experience that delivers a sense of place, connection and excitement, and provides a new way to “get out on the water”.

OVER 2.5 KMS OF ACCESSIBLE SHORELINE

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INDIGENOUS PLACEMAKING Public art structures and landscapes

ICONIC BRIDGE for pedestrians & cyclists

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4 MAJOR PARK SYSTEMS Year-round passive & active recreation

GATEWAY TO THE 64-ACRE JIM TOVEY LAKEVIEW CONSERVATION AREA


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THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE Lakeview Square is committed to the curation of place – a vibrant destination year-round for residents, neighbouring communities and visitors.

» A large-scale, multicultural and recreational hub anchored by a cultural building and the Artscape Atelier » All-season programming and outdoor activities, including pop-ups, public art, markets and festivals » Independent, locally owned businesses, unique dining experiences, active storefronts and best-in-class non-national operators » A square with direct access to the waterfront and nearby trails and park systems » A community gathering space and lively public realm to enjoy, play and explore

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Artscape Atelier is a social enterprise that will look to bring art, people and place together at Lakeview Village, which will act as a home for artists to create unique, authentically Canadian, original works of art.

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The Atelier connects developers, local governments and artists in a collective project of city building and placemaking:

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» Provides artists new platforms and opportunities to participate and direct city design » A collaborative space for the creative community to produce works of public art and public realm infrastructure such as benches, light fixtures and wayfinding

AFFORDABLE HOUSING & STUDIO SPACE

LIVABLE COMMUNITIES BUILT ON LOCAL CULTURE

CONNECTIVITY, WELL-BEING & SENSE OF PLACE TO ENHANCE QUALITY OF LIFE


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ARTS & CULTURE Building a community involves bringing people together, and supporting those that make it unique and dynamic. Lakeview Village has been host to a series of placemaking opportunities that deliver a sense of community and foreshadow the future of this new development.

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SUNFLOWERS Three years in a row, LCPL planted one million sunflowers to bring people to the site, reestablish their relationship with the Lake, and shine light on conservation efforts currently underway.

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HOARDING We partnered with Artscape Atelier to transform the construction hoarding for the future Discovery Centre into an outdoor public art gallery showcasing the work of 19 artists.

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PLACEMAKING Through thoughtful, community-oriented initiatives, Lakeview Village seeks to reconnect people to an area that’s been neglected for two generations through arts and culture, helping residents to see what will be a bright future by the Lake.

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CONTAINER The Sunflower Deck built on site is a safe outdoor place for the community to come together during a global pandemic. It is also a place that supports the growth of local organizations and artists, including at the Sunsets, Sunflowers and Sounds music series.


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MOBILITY & TRANSPORTATION

LOCAL & HIGH ORDER TRANSIT

FINE GRAIN ROAD NETWORK

WALKING DISTANCE TO BUS STOPS

CYCLIST STATIONS

AUTONOMOUS SHUTTLE ROUTE

WALKING & BIKING TRAILS

BIKE SHARING CAR SHARE PICK UP AND DROP OFF

DEDICATED BIKE LANES

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FUTURE TRANSIT EXPANSION UNDERWAY Lakeshore Connecting Communities Transportation Master Plan sets out an exciting long-term vision for modernizing and improving transit along Lakeshore Road in Mississauga from 2020 to 2041 to support future waterfront development and the economic recovery of the Region of Peel. The vision is for a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridor, including new pedestrian and cycling infrastructure, and was approved for 55 million dollars in federal and provincial funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) in January 2021.

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NEW WATERFRONT TRAIL

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A WALKABLE COMMUNITY

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Improved MiWay local service, with a new bus route travelling through Lakeview Village, complete with two stops Dedicated bus lanes and bigger, better buses arriving more often A new Express Route, with stops at Lakeshore Promenade and Haig Blvd. Two-way, dedicated cycling lanes and an improved pedestrian experience along Lakeshore Rd. Future rail service along Lakeshore Rd.

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The plan includes transit expansions along Lakeshore Rd. and integrations with the Lakeview Village site, such as:


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INFRASTRUCTURE & SUSTAINABILITY

DISTRICT ENERGY SYSTEM - LOW CARBON THERMAL AND RENEWABLE ENERGY

BUILDING INFRASTRUCURE RESILIENCE LCPL is committed to creating Canada’s most innovative mixed-use waterfront community. Sustainability is at the core of the vision for Lakeview Village, with a focus on six pillars: Place, Prosperity, Health and Wellbeing, Connectivity, Living Infrastructure and Resource Regeneration.

RESONANT

INTEGRATED

RESILIENT

SMART PARKING

COMPLETE

These pillars will deliver on priority targets for climate resilience: Support Canada’s Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Goal Support the City of Mississauga’s Strategic Pillars for Change Support the Smart City Strategy Promote walking, cycling and transit as the preferred modes of transportation Optimize the human experience: close to nature, walkable, public realm, thermal comfort and air quality » Reduce consumption and promote reuse of water » Minimize dependence on fossil fuels » Develop sustainable features to attract global attention » » » » »

SMART LED & ‘NIGHTSKY’ STREET LIGHTING

ON-SITE CAR SERVICE & SHUTTLE OPTIONS

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SMART, TECHNOLOGY-READY BUILDINGS SECURITY, THERMAL, AIR, AGING IN HOME

ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS URBAN REFORESTATION SURROUNDED BY NATURE & TREES

LOW-IMPACT DEVELOPMENT URBAN RAIN GARDENS & RAINWATER REUSE GREEN ROOFS ON MID-RISE & HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS

ACCESS TO EXPANSIVE PARKS & GREEN SPACES

BIORETENTION PLANTERS & SWALES

WATER FEATURE & INTEGRATED STORMWATER TREATMENT ELECTRIC VEHICLE & AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE

PEDESTRIAN, TRANSIT & CYCLE-CENTRIC

PUBLIC WI-FI COMPLETE STREETS APPROACH REDUCED HEAT ISLAND EFFECT

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PERMEABLE PAVING - GROUNDWATER RECHARGE & RUNOFF REDUCTION


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SUSTAINABLE OPPORTUNITIES & TECHNOLOGIES

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The City of Mississauga’s Official Plan Amendment (“OPA”) for Lakeview Village encourages sustainable infrastructure measures to be incorporated into the Master Plan, specifically the consideration of an innovative energy production and conservation measures. To deliver on this vision, Lakeview Village has been evaluating key opportunities to become rooted in leading-edge sustainable technologies including a District Energy System.


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DISTRICT ENERGY

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LOW CARBON Effective, low carbon, reliable distribution of thermal energy (heating, cooling, domestic hot water)

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INNOVATION Adjacent G.E. Booth (Lakeview) Wastewater Treatment Facility effluent to potentially be used as heat source/ sink

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EDUCATION Potential to incorporate visitor education centre and/or living lab

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BUILDING EFFICIENCY Reduces required space for HVAC equipment, freeing up roof top and mechanical room for other uses LAKEVIEW VILLAGE | 28

A HEALTHY, CONNECTED, RESILIENT COMMUNITY BUILT TO WORLD-LEADING STANDARDS FOR SMART AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT


SWEDEN-CANADA

SMART CITIES WORKSHOP On Feb. 24, 2020, Business Sweden, the City of Mississauga, Lakeview Community Partners Limited, the Embassy of Sweden, the Region of Peel and global leaders in the sustainability sector came together at the Small Arms Inspection Building to discuss innovative and smart sustainable solutions for building future-ready cities.

Attendees took part in a series of workshops and presentations to examine the four key priorities from the City of Mississauga’s Smart Cities Strategy and the Lakeview Village Master Plan, including: » » » »

Green Development Standards: District Energy Smart Cities & Lakeview Village’s Innovation District Sustainable Transportation: First Mile/Last Mile Solutions Waste Management: Leading Canada-Wide Evolution


DRIVING MISSISSAUGA’S FUTURE WITH ECONOMIC & SOCIAL RESILIENCE Social engagement, financial optimization, environmental resilience, energy efficiency and a focus on business and tech are city building priorities that will determine the resiliency of communities. Such future-proof cities will be best positioned to solve civic challenges while improving the quality of life for residents and driving economic growth globally.

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The Lakeview Innovation District: A science research and technology economic hub that will drive the regional and national economy.

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Living Lab: Digital thought-leadership and innovation to drive future readiness.

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District Energy: Supporting Mississauga’s Climate Change Action Plan goals through environmental resilience.

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Sustainable Transportation: Multimodal transportation, transit improvements and innovative mobility solutions to solve against first and last-mile challenges.

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Reinvention: Developing unique partnership and funding models to solve the City and Region’s civic challenges.

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Collaborative Investment: A shared costing approach with all levels of government is critical to a successful implementation of new and innovative technologies.

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Climate Change Mandate: A commitment to Mississauga’s Climate Change Action Plan starts with establishing new practices in City and Community Building.

In partnership with:

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7 Guiding Principles


CAMPUS-LIKE SETTING

SUSTAINABILITY CENTRE SERSON CREEK

FLEXIBLE OFFICE USES

ARTSCAPE ATELIER INNOVATION HUB

CO-WORKING SPACE AUTONOMOUS SHUTTLE ROUTE

COLLABORATION PLAZA

PARKS FACILITY

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SCHOOL


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THE INNOVATION DISTRICT The Lakeview Village Innovation District is set to become the largest hub for innovation and research in Canada. Built within a vibrant mixed-use community, this 20+ acre district will be a centre for employment and cross-sector business innovation, paving the way for creative problem solving in climate change, energy resilience, the advancement in medical technologies and the preservation of our Great Lakes. Strategically located in close proximity to Pearson International Airport and an advancing transit and mobility network, the Innovation District will attract leading tech and multinational companies to drive investment and economic growth for the City and the Region.

» 20 min ride to/from Toronto Pearson International by car » 20 min to/from Downtown Toronto by train » 10-15 min to/from Port Credit GO Station by bicycle

APPROX. 20 ACRES OF NEW PARK LAND

UP TO 1.8 MILLION SQ.FT.

8-10 BUILDINGS

UP TO 9,000 LONG-TERM JOBS

1 NEW SCHOOL

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» 5-10 min to/from Long Branch GO Station by bicycle


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CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABILITY District Energy Living Showcase Sustainability Demonstration Learning Center

The Sustainability Centre will drive global change and prosperity, and transform the future of our cities by giving people and businesses a unique and dynamic space for:

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» Showcasing innovations from Canada’s greatest minds and talent

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» Fostering a collaborative environment where inventors can work together to bring solutions across a variety of sectors to market – from climate resilience and net zero development to air quality and transportation » Educating and empowering the public and our youth to be part of this eco-evolution

Digital Screen

Learning Center

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» Attracting Academia to create learning and research development opportunities

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Data Library

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» Developing and testing “real-life” solutions to civic challenges

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Side New Haig Plaza Walk with AV Line

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SMART SIGNAGE

CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH DISTRICT ENERGY RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

LEARNING CENTRE

SUSTAINABILITY DEMONSTRATION PUBLIC WIFI

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DIGITAL INNOVATION


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INNOVATION HUB The Hub is a place where business and social intersect, with meeting rooms, conference facilities and a cafe to support the needs of the business community.

» Architectural excellence combined with state-of-the-art design to foster cross-sector convergence. » A collaborative environment to support networking, relationship development and the creation of partnerships. » Flexible event space for training, seminars and corporate events. » Connecting innovators to government funding, investors, global experts and future clients. » The Lakeview Art Hotel to support event and conference needs. » Adjacent to Lakeview Square: coffee shops, restaurants, patios and waterfront views.

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IN THE NEWS Over 8,000-unit Lakeview Village development approved by Mississauga planning committee –­ Steve Cornwell Reporter Toronto Star – Nov. 8, 2022

Longest Canadian pier in the Great Lakes coming to Mississauga –­ Phil Tsekouras CTV News Toronto - Nov. 28, 2021

Waterfront property now part of award-winning sustainability development in Mississauga –­ Steve Pecar insauga – Mar. 14, 2022

This old coal power plant will be transformed into a 15-minute neighborhood –­ Adele Peters Fast Company - Nov. 17, 2021

Revamping Mississauga’s waterfront –­ Jenny Febbraro Toronto Sun - Jan. 22, 2022

Massive new innovation district will bring 9,000 jobs to Mississauga –­ Lauren O’Neil BlogTO - Nov. 5, 2021

Turning a power plant site into an environmental showcase –­ David Israelson Globe & Mail - Dec. 7, 2021

Former Coal Plant to Become $4.6 Billion Oasis on Lake Ontario –­ Natalie Wong Business Bloomberg - Oct. 24, 2018


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